Displacement process from Quneitra countryside starts, and several buses depart towards the Syrian north and the remaining buses are waiting to follow them
Al-Quneitra Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the depart of buses from Jabba corridor in the mid-sector countryside of Al-Quneitra towards the Syrian north, where several buses carrying fighters, their families and civilians who refused the agreement of al-Quneitra province have departed, and the rest of buses will proceed consecutively to move the those who refuse the agreement towards the Syrian north, and the Syrian Observatory has just published that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the entry of tens of buses again to Um Batnah adjacent to the 1974 disengage line, raising to more than 50, the number of buses that entered the area or Um Batnah, and is expected for more buses to enter in the coming hours, the sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights suggested that more than 4000 people of civilians, fighters, and their families will get out towards the Syrian north, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that in conjunction with the entry of buses into and out of Um Batnah and stopping to begin the boarding of civilians; SOHR monitored a bus run over at least 15 citizens of the people who were boarding the bus, which killed at least 3 of them and injured the rest with varying degrees of severity, while the driver was seriously wounded by a gunfire by fighters who were carrying their weapons, where they shot directly at the front of the bus, and the driver was hit by several gunshots and information about his death.
In the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the regime forces intend to enter more areas in the countryside of Quneitra, where they intend to deploy along the areas adjacent to the 1974 disengagement line in the liberated Syrian Golan area, where they have been deployed in hills, towns, and villages near area, and entered with buses to Um Batnah town, while the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published in the past few hours that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that about 20 buses have entered Umm Batnah town in the mid-sector countryside of al-Quneitra, which is in contact with the 1974 disengagement line, to begin the process of transporting hundreds of civilians, fighters, and their families from the countryside of Quneitra to the Syrian north, according to an agreement reached less than 48 hours ago about the fate of al-Quneitra Province, where it is expected that the process of boarding the buses to be completed in the coming hours to depart towards the Syrian north, as happened in Daraa days ago when at least 430 people were transported aboard buses and ambulances to the same destination.
In the same context, the Syrian Observatory monitored the entry of the regime forces to towns and villages of Qsibah, al-Swisah, and Ayn al-Tinah in the mid-sector countryside of Al-Quneitra, after reaching an agreement earlier which required the return of the regime’s government institutions to service, handing over heavy and medium weapons, settling situations of who wants to stay, and displacing who refuses the agreement, while the regime forces have not been deployed yet in the areas that are outside of the 1974 disengagement line, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published yesterday, Thursday, that the regime forces militarily expanded in the remaining areas of Daraa countryside and in areas in Al-Quneitra countryside, and this advancement was coincided with the arrival of a number of buses in Al-Quneitra countryside, to start to implement the agreement which was reached in the province under a Russian supervision, which leads to the return of the situations to what they used to be before 2011, as well as the exit of those who refuse the agreement towards the Syrian North, and it is expected that the displacement processes of more citizens and gunmen will start in the next few hours towards the Syrian North, thus, the file of the Syrian South is almost closed with the exception of the areas where Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham are located, after a whole month of military operations against the opposition rebel and Islamic factions operating in both Daraa and Al-Quneitra countryside.
And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning, that it monitored reaching an agreement under the Russian supervision about the fate of al-Quneitra province, which includes all the areas in the province except the areas that are under the control of Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, and in the details that the Syrian Observatory obtained: an agreement was reached which provides for the exit of all those who refuse the agreement of fighters, their families, and other civilians to the Syrian north, in addition to handing over heavy and medium-sized weapons on stages, the entry of the Russian military police into the towns and villages of Quneitra, and settling situations of those who are due to the conscription service and the return of displaced people to their towns and villages, while the sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the process of registering names of people who refuse the agreement and wishing to leave towards the Syrian north had begun.